The 32-year old on the arrival of Mark Robins and the Sky Blues' fixture against Bradford City tomorrow...
After the appointment of Mark Robins earlier this week, Stuart Beavon is looking for a reaction from his teammates as they face Bradford City at the Ricoh.
With three goals since joining the Sky Blues in January, Beavon is hoping that former Manchester United forward, Mark Robins, can have a positive impact on his personal progression.
“Things change when a new manager comes in, there will always be different methods in training and he wants to get those across to us as quickly as possible,” the 32-year old said.
“Yeah, hopefully I’ll be able to benefit from the fact he was a striker in his playing days, but I think we all will look to improve and benefit when a new manager comes in with his different ideas and methods.
“We know it is a massive task ahead of us, we’re well aware of that. We are going to go out there and give everything we’ve got and hopefully pick up the points, because tomorrow is a must win.”
Despite the trip to Wembley on the horizon, the Ryton camp are focussed on tomorrow's league opposition, with Bradford flying high in the League One standings.
Beavon added: “The league for us is the main priority, we need to be winning games and very quickly to enable us the chance to climb the table, as difficult as that is looking at the table currently.
“It’ll be a fantastic day out for the fans, it is massive for them. A day at Wembley for them, and for me personally I may never get the chance to play at their again so it will be a good day for everybody concerned with the football club.
“However, I’ve said from day one it is a luxury, and the most important thing is the giving us the best chance to preserve our league status.”